NUTR 545 Nutrition in the Community
Principles of community needs assessment, and knowledge of consumer behavior. Study, application, and evaluation of methods, techniques and tools used by the community nutritionist in program planning, management, leadership, budgeting, social marketing, evaluation. Consideration of legislation and nutrition policy. Participation in federal and non-governmental agencies, consumer and advocacy groups, and professional and service organizations designed to provide food and nutrition services and information. Registration restrictions include: Required SUNY Affiliation Agreement signed by appropriate representatives of SUNY Oneonta and the cooperating facility/community agency.
Prerequisite: M.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics degree graduate student and a "B" or better in NUTR 551.
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